October 15 - October 21
on the image to go to the Distance Education Clearinghouse for a comprehensive
following articles located in your reading pack and use them in
this week's discussion.
Professor@University.edu Subject: Why It's All About Me
Students hit the e-books
Universities adapt to a shrinking world
Breaking down class barriers
Education Beyond the Classroom
Teenagers asked to stop, think and film
Web's second phase puts users in control
many of the sources that have been used for readings such as newspapers
and magazines no longer keep their links active. For this reason,
under Fair Use guidelines, you have been given a reading pack.
You are not allowed to distribute the readings in any form.
Dugas, "Manager, Interactive Media Group, Nebraska
Educational Telecommunications", has been involved in the
information industry since 1975. He was smart enough to spot
the educational value of the Internet in the late 80's and transition
his career into Internet management and production. He was smart
enough to spot the decline in the educational value of the Internet
in the late 90s and transition his career into multimedia production
and management. But he wasn't smart enough to make any money
off of it.
is associate professor at the Journalism Department of the Babes-Bolyai
University of Cluj, Romania. She teaches courses in New Media
Journalism, Internet and Global Communication and Visual Communication.
Her reasearch interests are on the uses of Internet and multimedia
in distance education, journalism as well as the democratising
potential of ICTs. She contributed chapters with case studies
about the use of new media in distance education and political
parties in Romania.
you think that access to email and instant messaging has allowed
students to feel freer to communicate with their professors? Should
there be boundaries set? If so, what would they be?
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